The 4th of July is fast approaching, and we all know what that means — Independence Day! Whether a local or a tourist, don’t miss a chance to celebrate the 4th of July in Oroville. There is plenty of fun to watch, including the fireworks display, parades, and community events.
This time of year is fun because people from all over Butte County gather here to celebrate the 4th.
Whether you’re a local or one of these visitors, you can join in on the fun with these 4th of July activities.
It is impossible to celebrate the 4th of July without a fireworks display. This year it is no different. A fireworks show awaits you at Oroville Airport, 225 Chuck Yeager Way. The Rotary Club of Oroville will host the show in conjunction with the Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce.
The display starts half an hour after sunset, weather permitting. Grab your viewing spot, don’t miss a second of the show, and remember to carry your water. There will be no admission fees for viewing the fireworks.
The fun doesn’t stop there. Again hosted by the Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce, a Fourth of July Fly-In event will feature aircraft formation flying demos, airplane rides, and custom cars. There will be food, drinks, and fun activities for the entire family.
Bring your little ones and watch them party to their hearts’ content.
Party like it’s 1776 courtesy of another spectacular fireworks display over Thermalito North Forebay. The show starts 30 minutes after sunset and can be seen from Nelson Sports Complex, North & South Forebay State Recreation Area, and Feather River Center. Food, drinks, and many activities, including swimming and music. Feel free to bring your blankets, lawn chairs, and picnic baskets.
As you can see, there is a variety of fun in Oroville throughout Independence Day. These ways will allow you to enjoy the festivities of the day and the beauty surrounding you in Oroville. The 4th of July should be about enjoying your friends and family and celebrating how lucky we are to live where we do.
Happy Independence Day!
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